In the beauty industry, Foreo is known for its beautifully designed silicone products. Their sleek facial cleansing brush hit the market a couple years ago and since then hasn't slowed down. One of it's newer products is the Iris Illuminating Eye Massager. The company claims the Iris enhances the absorption of eye serums and eye creams. I don't own one of these devices but after using it around my tired eyes - man, am I tempted. But the Iris doesn't come cheap, it retails for $139-bucks. You can pick one up online or at stores like Sephora and Nordstrom.
I don't know about you but I sure love a good blowout. Unfortunately, I never seem to have the time to go and get one. And when I do, it's usually so last minute that all the blowout bars near me are already booked. Well, this new beauty booking service called, Prete, may be the solution for beauty procrastinators. Plus, it's cheaper. Prete is a members-only service that allows last minute ladies like myself to get in for a blowout at various salons in San Francisco. I haven't had the chance to give it a try yet but I did talk to Prete Founder, Nina Ojeda when she was visiting San Francisco recently and she explained to me how it works. If you give it a try let me know what you think. I'm hoping to try it out soon and will update when I do.
Whether it's driving on a winding road, sailing on the San Francisco Bay or flying on a plane odds are I'll end up getting motion sickness. It's been that way for as long as I can remember. So, when I found out about the Reliefband device at CES earlier this year I had to check it out. It claims to eliminate symptoms like nausea or vomiting often associated with motion sickness and morning sickness. How does it work? This wearable device sends a signal to your nerves which in turn interferes with your body's nausea and vomiting process. I tried it out and I definitely felt a zing to my middle finger. If you've battled motion sickness or morning sickness is this something you'd try out?
Big in Beauty Tech this year - new devices that claim to make your life easier. If you're concerned about hair loss or thinning hair, you've gotta see how HairMax is shaking things up in the Beauty Tech industry. Take a look and let me know what you think.
We've heard a lot about "smart" devices we can wear on our wrists but what about on your feet? Ladies, are you ready for smart shoes like these DigitSole pumps that I discovered at CES? I'm not sure I need heels that track my every step and heart rate but I do like the fact that you can control the temperature of the digitsole. Which for me, means no more cold tootsies!